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] [singing]. [applause] thank you very much. >> patricia leanne caldwell born in tennessee. daughter of robert and irma. at age of 3 moved to missouri and returned when she was 12 years old. patricia grew up with segregation and injustices which she writes about. she spent many countless hours in the nashville public library. it was her family life that was bountiful and flowing with tales told by her story telling grandfather. raised with love of reading and oral tradition. graduated from tennessee state and degree in english in 1964. she married her childhood friend on december 12. they are the parents of fredrick and twins robert and john. her education continued with a master's degree in early childhood literature, and programming in 1975 from webster university. patricia has a successful career as a teacher and children's book editor. she changed careers to become a full time writer of children and young adult books. her goal is to create books for and about african-americans. i write because there is a need to have books for, by and about the african-american experience and how
into the night. with 100% of the vote in, it appears patricia jessamy will lose. jennifer franciotti is live at mitchell courthouse with more on the story. >> those votes were counted well into the night and into the early morning hours. unofficially the votes came in votes1:45 am. it looks like with all precincts reporting, greg bernstein has 49% of the vote. gregg bernstein leads by 1421 votes. early on, patricia jessamy supporters tuesday evening were keeping a positive attitude about the race. the race swung back and forth. when she showed up to thank everyone, she said she was feeling pretty confident about the race. the bernstein campaign was enthusiastic and costcautiously optimistic about the results. many took the day off to support bernstein. bernstein talked a little bit about why he was able to make such headway in such a short time leading up to the election. >> it gets to the level of frustration people were feeling about living in one of america's most dangerous cities. i do not know if it is a question of what patricia jessamy did or did not do. it was pants up frustration. >
are in for who will take a position of city-state's attorney. >> it was a close battle between patricia jessamy and gregg bernstein. in the in, bernstein came out on top. jennifer franciotti is live with more on the outcome. >> that race was so close that a lot of the results were not in until 1:45 this morning. all of the precincts have reported in. bernstein has 49% of the vote and jessamy, 47%. early on, patricia jessamy were in a good mood and celebrating the woman and her career. many here were hopeful the city state's attorney would get another term. jessamy was optimistic. >> it has been a pleasure to be out among the citizens of baltimore city. >> supporters of gregg bernstein rallied to watch the returns. he came to thank his supporters. many spent the day at the preccts. they took the day off to support bernstein. he talked about how his campaign was able to gain so much traction. >> i think what made this race become such a focal point was it captains to the level of frustration people were feeling about living in one of america's most dangerous cities. i do not know if it is a quest
to count absentee bbllots. greg bern city has a slight leads over patricia jessamy by 1300 votes. patricia jessamy's crew sid thoosands may not have been counted. but suuporters of bernstein said it is time for patricia jessamy to concede. >> we would hhpe hat miss patricia jessamy would go ahead and concede. and recognize the nest ability of her loss. >> so many voters did not vote in this election. i think, had they done that, miss patricia jessamy probably november much better shape. >> counting of absentee and provisional ballots will not resume until next wednesday. and you can stay with fox 45 news, of course, for all the latest information on the novemmer elections. go to foxbaltimore.com/vote 2010. >> we have much needed rain toniiht. with a look at the sky watch forecast. maybe it is happening now? >> yeah, we have some rain out there. most of the heaviest rain right now out toward hagerstown. but coming our wayyovernight. so don't be surprised to hear ú%mble of thunder in the next hour or two. but aftee that, it will quiet down. first wave dropped a nice amount of rain. first
,000 absentee ballots. even after they're counted, patricia jessamy may not give up without a fight. more than 2,000 absentee ballots are waiting to be counted today locked up inside the city's board of elections. judges will begin counting them at 10:00 this morning by machine. the process should be done tonight. >> most of the time is taking and opening them. it could be maybe three or four hours. >> reporter: when that counting is done, incumbent patricia jessamy may not concede without a legal challenge. >> she's still talking with her advisers to determine what the next steps are and, again, to look at the totals very carefully as also jessamy does in all of her work considers everything very methodically and fully. >> reporter: jessamy's campaign claims there are still thousands of votes that haven't been counted from polling places but the city's elections director disputes it saying that the lead that bernstein holds is accurate. prominent attorney warren brown expects bernstein to be the winner. >> i've spoken to a number of prosecutors who are looking forward to a change of leadership.
to the community. gregg bernstein says he understands crime, patricia jessamy says you need her experience. tonight you decide who is the best person for the state's attorney job in baltimore city. we begin with christian schaffer who is live in south baltimore with the patricia jessamy camp. chris? >> reporter: that's right. i'm at the baltimore rowing club where supporters of patricia jessamy will gather tonight. she's on the -- optimistic in the final hours of voting. right now they are traveling around the city. she hopes to visit about 50 polling places today. she's been at that all day talking to voters and trying to gauge the opinion out there but again turnout as rosy said is very low. some precincts around here i checked, i checked four precincts in south baltimore, they were all around 9%, 10%, 11%. really low turnout. i asked the spokeswoman about that. she said -- she gave me a statement. the spokeswoman for patricia jessamy said the public is smart, low voter turnout indicates they are pleased with the representation they have. she goes on to say they are smart enough not to turn over
the people trapped in the building. >> 911, we need 911. >> patricia jesssmy gives up the fight for the state's attorney office. >> i called greg bernstein, and i dvised him that i waa conceding. >> the news that convinced her to concede the race and what she will do whennshe leaves office. >> a glorioussweekknd ahead. how long it will be before we see rain again, in the sky watch forecast. >> and can you lose 50 pounds with just this little patch? the potentially painful place that has to be sewwn on to. >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am jefffbaand. >> and i am karen parks. questions still remain surrounding the shooting at johns hopkins yesterday. >> joy lepola said that police are looking into the events and >> one day after a triple shooting, you find hints of normalcy here at johns hopkins hhspital. >> it is quiet. it is, you know, i think a lot of people want to forget about if. what happened here. kind of move on with things. mucc different scene was playing out. >> i called into y department and they are all locked in
have been placed for state's attorney. >> gregg bernstein came out on top over patricia jessamy. that ends her 15-year run. let's go live to jennifer franciotti with the latest. >> the race has not been officially called, but with 290 precincts in, gregg bernstein leads the race by 1421 votes. this is for the democratic primary. patricia jessamy supporters were feeling pretty good tuesday night. they were keeping a positive attitude about the race. she showed up to thank everyone and said she was feeling confident about the race. the bernstein campaign was cautiously optimistic about tuesday's results. poll workers spent the day at the precinct. they took the day off to support bernstein. bernstein talked a little about why he thinks he was able to make such headway. >> it came to the level of frustration people were feeling about living in one of america's most dangerous cities. i do not know if it is a question of what patricia jessamy did or did not do. >> it is important to note these numbers are unofficial. the bernstein campaign has 49% of the vote while the jessamy campai
in that race until the absentee ballots are counted. final numbers show gregg berstein leads patricia jessamy by 1300 votes. >> if you need any proof that your vote counts, take a look at this race. gregg berstein looks poised to unseat patricia jessamy. gregg berstein cast his ballot on tuesday along with 18% of baltimore city residents. it's a big board of elections nearly a full day to release complete returns, making the state's attorney's race too close to call. the tally stalled at 97% of the city's precincts. according to election officials, city election judges forgot to turn in the memory cards from 82 judgment -- voting machines. patricia jessamy spent the day meeting with advisers. >> they have cut expressed some concerns that there were tapes missing that had not been incorporated into the total count. >> officials track down the cards at a dozen polling places. there is nothing suspicious about the slow accounting. >> when you have election night, it is not uncommon to not be at 100%. >> 20 hours after the polls closed, officials released the official results. he had a lead of ne
percent of the precincts reporting. now patricia jessamy has been the state's attorney for 15 years now. %-south bbltimore, where patrica jessamy has been watching the numbers come in tonight. joy? >>well, jennifer, we're here at3 the rowing club in south where, as you can see, supporters are gathered, for -atricia jessamy to watch these results come in. she arrived hereeabout an hour ago. let me tell you this crowd went absolutely wild. stanniig up. chanting her name. cheering her on. we had a chance to speak with her shortly after that. here is what she had to say to us. >> well, we don't know the totals yet, but, i mean, we're confident that tte voters,úelec. so we wwll await the returns. >> now despite how close this race is, at this point, patricia jessamy remains optimistic. that she will walk away tonight, with a victory. and i asked her, will she continue to work with, say, ú%lice commissioner bealefield that came out in upport of her opponent. she said yes, she hassno problem working with someone, as long as thee have a vision for thee3 future, aad she plans to continue herr
: that person is patricia winters, married to joe. she's a nurse. at age 40, just a year younger than tara. her heart started failing five years ago, after the birth of her second son. >> i felt like i wasn't going to last very long. >> reporter: transplant alliances are super cautious about telling recipients who their donors are. but using the internet, friends found out in just hours. patricia was anguished. >> well, knowing she was just 13, that was hard. but seeing taylor's picture, it just gave me that sinking feeling even more. >> reporter: so, patricia reached out. and on a 110-degree day in the desert, the storches came to see patricia. the storches say they came here because they had to. their daughter may be deceased, but her heart lives on in the valley of the sun. heart to heart, for almost a minute. >> i know this is -- we should probably talk, but i need to hear her. >> reporter: always prepared, patricia retrieves her nurse's stethoscope. >> tell me if you can hear it. >> it's so strong. >> oh, yeah. >> she is very strong. >> i want him to hear it, too. >> reporter: parents hear
. >>> tomorrow is primary day in maryland and the man looking to unseat state attorney patricia jessamy wins a major endorsement. the baltimore sun is backing gregg bernstein. bernstein spent sunday3 camppigninggdoor to door. they say that the state from new ideas and newlbenefit leadership. patricia jessamy has held the position for 15 years. >> we were gratified by the sun endorsement. -fter 15 years although miss jessamy is a nice person, the office has stagnatee and the level of conviction is very loo and it's time tt stop the reinvolving door and it's time to try to prosecutor more effectively. >>> on monday, patricia jessamyú ministerial alliance. they had no comment on the endorsement. >>>>just o to foxbaltimore.com/vote 2010. >>> pge crews hope to have power resoared to all of little italy after underground electrical fire left much of the neighborhood in darr. it happened at 6:15 on sunday %-1 b150 customers incllding sel restaurants spent the day power. >> in he midst oo a recession and the three blizzards that happened onna weekend and havinn a transformer power that knocked ou
and the man loooing to unseat state attorney patricia jessamy wins a major endorsement. the baltiioreesun is backing geeingreg bernstein. beneeit from new ideas, energyll and leadership. patricia jessamy has held that position for the past 15 years. >> i think they recognize that after 15 years, although mrs. jess m jessamy is a nice pn that the office is has stagnated and the level of conviction very low and that it's time to stop ú%is reinvolving door and try to pposecutor mont more ffectiiel. >> on friday, patricia jessamy won he enddrsement of the enteú add ministerial alliance. they had no comment on the ennorsement. on the election, just go to foxbaltimore.com/vote 2010. >>> family and friends of a man kklled during a hit-and-run aae pleading for the driver of the car to come forward. he was driving his motorcccle on saturday night when he was hid by a black ercedess,the driver just kept on going. witnesses say grant went flying through the air on impact. >> he flew up through the air, and he came back down. >> i want to say to whomeeer the ú%rson is that did this, i just need
that break bernstein and patricia jessamy. but bernstein leads 49-47 percent. and keith daniels is live at he city board of elections,,where the remaining ballots will be %-keith? >>well, jeff, all the primary votes have been counted. but now eeection officials have to deal withhabsentee ballots. now the final primary vote tally shows challenger bernstein with a lead of 1000 votes over incumbent patricia jessamy. bernstein said tonight that he is pleasee with the final results but said he is not claiming victory, and patricia jessamy, is not conceding. earlier today both sides were anxiously awaiting for those election officials talked about3 ú%at may have caused the delay. -> we hired 2000 people to do a one day job. it could be human error. they leave them. and in the polllng place, put them in the supply bag. so there are things that challenges, you know, oot there. of course,,that's why the process is not complete until we ggt to the 100 percent mark. >> well election officials say more than 3600 democrats in baltimore applied for absennee ballots. 21 of the ballots haae already -
. patricia gray for supporting us parents of thurgood marshall high school, for hearing our voices and the voices of our children, the children in the bayview area. we would like to thank you for working with our principal, who is doing an excellent job as our leader. we would like to thank you for the positions that were restored and not lost. we would like to thank you on behalf of our student body, staff, and parents. but we have a request, and our request is that if any additional funding becomes available that you would please restore our computer tech person. our computer lab cannot run our functions without him. his expertise and his knowledge brings so much to the classroom. children in the bayview are faced with crime, violence, and social issues that we cannot imagine. students on the other side do not even know about them. it is so difficult for them to him go. the cannot focus in school. our teachers need support in their classrooms so we can attempt to close the achievement gap. so many years, i have been in the district, and i keep hearing "closing the achievement gap
or lose, patricia jessamy is being treated like a champion. the polls tipped slightly in her favor. at one point, barely 400 votes separated her and the challenger. it includes a former state's attorney who gave her the first shot at a job years ago. she needed a strong voter turnout. it was a 13.6% turnout. >> it has been a very exciting day. it has been a pleasure to be out among the citizens of baltimore city. so i am very happy, very confident. >> this may be the most expensive city state's attorney's race. each candidate spent more than $150,000. $100,000 out of her own pocket. >> here are the latest numbers in the race. incumbent patricia jessamy and challenger craig bernstein, neck-and-neck. we want to go right now it to canton where carrie cavanaugh has the latest. >> the mood is cautiously optimistic. we have not seen bernstein here all night. they are eager to hear from him here. the early numbers show he is trailing slightly behind, but many of his supporters are convinced he will close that gap. we will show you a video of him earlier in the day when he went to cast his vote in
wegmans are here, they'll be talking about apples. >> beautiful. >> honey crisp? >> i interviewed patricia heaton. from the middle right? >> absolutely. >> all that and more coming up. let's get to the top story of the day though. >> first we want to tell you about an anne arundel county police officer who performed cpr and got a 4-year-old to breathe again. he calls it part of his job. her dad says this officer is a hero. brooke bayne was at her dad's home in pasadena when she stopped breathing around 4:00 yesterday morning. alan bayne knew his daughter wasn't feeling well. the girl slept in his bed monday night. >> there's no question brooke bayne is daddy's little girl. she's alan bayne's only child. early tuesday morning he thought he lost her. panic set in when brooke was struggling for air and stopped breathing. >> the police officer came. >> reporter: corporal luke ringler was just a minute away from the pasadena home. the call from dispatch wasn't good. >> it came out of a death or unresponsive 4-year-old. >> corporal ringler says he was at the right place at the right time, but ot
for city state's attorney is still in limbo. grrg bernntein has a slim lead over patricia jessamy. john rydell reports a candidate is ready to call this racc over but not yet. >> there is a balance that may well determine the outcome of this contentious race. under the watchful eye of reporters and attorneys for the candidates, absentee ballots are being scrutinized.ú tuesday's returns showed criminal attorney greg bernstein leading incumbent patricia jessamy by 1300 votes. but that margin is now aabit wired. %-patricia jessamy 727. >> supporters of bernstein say that margin means this race is >> ww would hope that ms. patricia jessamy would just go ahead and concede. and recognize the inevitably of her loss. >> supporterssof the incumbent state's attorney are not only numbers, but upset with the >> ss many voters did not vott in the election. had they done that, miss jespee probably would have been in better shape. >> patricia jessamy's claim is claiming thousands of votes may not have been counted. >> how many voted. ú%ere? >> election commissioner will not comment but he said the %
a job again. patricia reid is one of them over 50 harks two decades of experience as an internal auditor of a large corporation out of fork work years, and maggie says it's time to re-invent yourself. former director of learning and host of "making a living with maggie a "on xm-sirius radio. she is with us. welcome to you both. do you think it's possible, patricia, you may never work again? >> i try not to think that way. >> but are you discouraged after four years, certainly, and i say not work, i guess you could go find any type of job. something a lot simpler. min much wage, not career, if you will, and nothing in the line of work that you're doing now, but is that the fear, you might not be able to use your skills? >> well, i guess there is that possibility. >> four years you've been looking now. have you had any actual job offer in the past four years? >> oh, a couple of times it almost happened and then it seemed like something always happens. a merger or something else would happen to stop it. >> and patricia what was your circumstance in the first place that you ended up losing y
's attorney's race. with 100% of the precincts reporting, patricia jessamy is trailing gregg bernstein by less than 1300 votes. let's go live to the city board of elections for the latest. >> those final numbers from the precinct came in just before 4:30 this afternoon. about 25 minutes ago, the campaign for gregg bernstein issued the following statement -- we are pleased to see the final results are consistent with the voting trends we observe all day yesterday. i again thank all of the volunteers to have devoted so much time and energy to helping our campaign. not exactly a victory statement. we will hear more about that in just a second. but it has been a very long day to get to this point of having all the votes counted. here is what happened. it took a full 20 hours after the polls closed in the city state's attorney's race. but finally this afternoon, election officials reported results from all 100% of the city's precincts. the final round of voting did not change the landscape of the race. gregg bernstein who announced his challenge to pick patricia jessamy just a month ago maintained
for the office. the challenger defeated incumbent patricia jessamy in a hard-fought in close race in the primary election. patricia jessamy has spent 15 years working to engage and educate the community on criminal-justice issues while serving as prosecutor. her efforts to prosecute crime as well as treatment and prevention have impacted our city and state. now, gregg bernstein has promised to take personal responsibility for reducing crime and prosecuting violent criminals. he vows to increase conviction rates and make the city safer. those are lofty goals in a city where violent crime has been on the agenda for decades. despite those promises, he cannot do that alone. a fresh start with a new prosecutor is also the opportunity for the criminal justice system to join forces, share resources, and work together. it will take the prosecutor's office as well as the police, legislators, and all the support services to make baltimore safer for everyone. he will not officially when the election until november 2nd, but he has been officially received the job and all of the challenges that come with it.
a statement that patricia jessamy made that some people believe it is racially charged. brian kuebler spoke with both candidates about the issue. >> reporter: patricia
)222-3468. >>> baltimore city will be getting a new state's attorney after 15 years in office. patricia jessamy conceded the race. jeff hager has been following the story all day, the matter of counting the votes will continue but with gregg bernstein leading patricia jessamy by more than 1300 votes she's accepted to step down. she takes turns and becomes better not bitter from them. >> earlier i called gregg bernstein and i adviceed him i was conceding and i pledged my support for a smooth transition. i also indicated to him that i am moving forward. >> jessamy says after 15 years of putting people behind bars she'll now volunteer with an intervention program to keep children from becoming cold- blooded killers. we'll have reaction from jessamy's opponent coming up at 6:00. jeff hager, abc 2 news. >>> the primaries now over attention shifting to the general election in november. on abc2news.com you can find stories on voter turn out to the cost of early voting. click on the political link. >>> pope benedict xvi has been marred by a security threat. >> they have arrested 5 men on planning an attack
this noon with breaking news. states attorney patricia jessamy is set to address the public for the first time since the primary election. gregg bernstien won by more than 13 votes after ballots were counted yesterday. election officials say provisional ballots still need to be counts, 11:00 news has just learned that jessamy will hold a news conference to concede the race within the hour. 11 news live team reporter is live with the details. david? >> good afternoon, that's right. 11 news has confirmed that pat jessamy will concede to her opponent. jessamy called a mandatory eting with her prosecutors at 11:00 this morning. judges excused them from the courtroom to attend the meeting. a source who attended it said it was very emotional. jessamy plans to hold a press conference here at her headquarters at 1:00 to publicly announce that she is conceding. this will be her first public statements regarding the election since election day. as you mentioned absentee ballots were counted yesterday. the count extended the lead by challenger bernstien prompting one of jessamy's strongest spotters,
's attorney. today patricia jesemmy conceded to her challenger bernstein. pat warren has reaction from both sides. >> reporter: the nominee takes a bow. >> when we began this campaign a little more than two months ago, almost everyone said that we didn't have a chance. >> reporter: the incumbent bows out. >> i call greg bernstein and i advised him that i was conceding and i pledged my support for a smooth transition. >> reporter: city state's attorney patricia jesemmy say she had a pleasant conversation, but it's a concession speech was a concession. during both of which bernstein has maintained a thousand plus margin of victory. >> the results show that we attracted a broad base of support. >> i'm not one to dwell in the past. i am one for moving forward and i just think it's time to do that. >> reporter: baltimore police commissioner fred beal thanked pat jessamy. >> there's no doubt she dedicated her soul to her job. >> reporter: and as a private citizen jessamy plans to work on an anti violence bill. >> don't let us be fighting for vote, let us fight together for the future of this city
. patricia jessamy said she s focussng on aasmooth transition process. >> i am not one to dwell in the past. i am one for moving forward.3 and i just think that it is time to do that. >> atricia jessamy has been city state's attorney since >> three hours aater patricia jessamy's concession her -pponent spoke to hhs supporters. greg bernstein said his campaign backgrounds, who are ready for ú%ange. and he said publiccsafety transcends politics. >> let the results show that we attracted a broad base of support across the city. because people of all races, ages, and economic groups were ready for a change. >> bernstein has no opposition in november's general electiin. >> tonight on fox 45 news at 5:30. we askeddyou iffgreg bernstein will have an impact on reducing crime in baltimore? so far 53 percent say yes. 47 percent say no. on facebook, toney said, no, if they are afraid to report it and testify, then a new state's attorney means nothing. >> but arthur writes. %-baltimore around.ends to turn3 and bernstein have to say today. go to foxbaltimore.com/raw news. >> get the latest on the mid
him to open fire. >> patricia gives up the fight for the state attorney office. >> i called ray bernstein and i advised him that i was conceding. >>reporter: news that convinced her to concede the race and what she will do when she eeves office. >> beautiful and dry weekend sky watch forecast. >> policc pe beattng caught on -útape. what happened just before this scene and the major changes coming to the police force. police force. >> live in high >> hello. about votes still being counted but long time state attorney is conceding defeat in the close race with attorney bernstein.% >> patricia has been top prooecutor now for 15 years. john standing by live downtown to tell uu about a new era. john? >>reporter: as late as yesterday attorneyy for pat were aising questions about the whole process and whether all tte votesshad been counted. this afternoon she held a news conference to declare this race is officially over. joined by her house and colleagues she annnunced she would not which will engine the results of the race. she she is she made her when the first batch of ab
a lead of 1000 votes over incumbent patricia jessamy. bernstein said tonight that he is pleasee with the final results but said he is not claiming victory, and patricia jessamy, is not conceding. earlier today both sides were anxiously awaiting for those election officials talked about3 ú%at may have caused the delay. -> we hired 2000 people to do a one day job. it could be human error. they leave them. and in the polllng place, put them in the supply bag. so there are things that challenges, you know, oot there. of course,,that's why the process is not complete until we ggt to the 100 percent mark. >> well election officials say more than 3600 democrats in baltimore applied for absennee ballots. 21 of the ballots haae already -- have arrivvd here so far. counting those ballots, begins tomorrow. we're live in downtown baltimore. keith daniels, fox 45 news "late edition". >> all right, keith. winner innthe tight democratic race for baltimore county executive. 100 percent of precincts reporting. kevin kamenetz got the nomination with 52 percent of the vote. councilman bartenfelde
% of the precincts reporting, gregg bernstein leading patricia jessamy by 100 votes but that does not include absentee ballots. that's being counted right now at the board of elections. mike hellgren has the latest. >> reporter: the counting of those 2198 absentee ballots began a little more than an hour ago. we're told they're taking a 10- minute break and will count the remaining 200 or 300. we learn there are provisional ballots. those are where the person's eligible is in question. that's still within the margin. the bottom line is this is far from over. elections officials began counting more than 2,000 absentee ballots this morning. they could make the critical difference in the oh, so tight race for baltimore city state's attorney that has pitted incumbent patricia jessamy against gregg bernstein. bernstein is ahead by 1300 votes. jessamy has questioned the integrity of the election. yesterday the jessamy campaign said anywhere from 6,000 to 10,000 votes were mission but the city board of elections said they have now been tallied. >> we will focus on retraining, so at this time at appr
. >> reporter: last year, as patricia reilling battled cancer in both of her breasts, her insurance company, anthem, canceled the health care policy she had held for 20 years. >> i had no notice. >> reporter: the cancellation ruined her financially and when her insurance ran out, so did some of her doctors. >> i couldn't go to my oncologist. i couldn't go to my pain doctor. i-- i couldn't get any care at all. >> reporter: starting today, however, what happened to patricia is supposed to stop. in one of the key benefits of the affordable care act, insurance companies must stop the pract called rescission, the dropping of their most-expensive patients. >> today is the day that the worst abuses of insurance companies come to an end. >> reporter: another new benefit is an end to lifetime caps on what your insurance has to pay out. that's crucial for an estimated 20,000 patients, like anna renault, who after eight bouts with cancer, was close to her million-dollar limit and was afraid of bankruptcy. >> people just don't stop and realize how much impact this bill will have on people's quality of
's office setting aside any challenging of the vote patricia jessamy concedes the race for baltimore city state attorney. i'm christian schaffer. jest jessamy was facing more than 1300 vote deficit after 15 years as city state's attorney. she's ready to move forward. jeff hager has more on her decision. >> at this time i want to thank the citizens of baltimore city for giving me the opportunity to serve. it has been a labor of love. >> reporter: and with that baltimore city state's attorney patricia jessamy announced she had telephoned her opponent gregg bernstein and had conceded the race to retain her office of 15 years. the incumbent says she learned a long time ago to let life's turns make her better, not bitter. and she's now prepared to focus upon her future. >> i am definitely not going quietly into the night. i am a public servant by nature, and there is an initiative that i have been working on that i'm going to volunteer initially my time towards and it is that fifth sunday to violence initiative. >> reporter: having spent time putting criminals behind bars she wants to reac
's a storm brewing, how about this? patricia jessamy releasing heir own ad. >>> a car slams through a store. look at this incredible video. >>> first, to new york for business news. >> reporter: we begin your moneyscope report with the stock market starting september with a bang. the dow soared 255 points wednesday. its best day in almost two months. expected reports on manufacturing in the u.s. and in china, snatched a string of discouraging economic data. federal reserve chairman ben bernanke appears before a panel today. bernanke will give his take on the meltdown and the potential risks of banks considered too big to fail. >>> the maker of botox has agreed to pay $600 million in federal charges. doctors used it for unapproved uses such as headaches and pain. >>> facebook is getting into the giftcard business. target will begin selling them this sunday. that's your moneyscope report, i'm rob nelson. >>> quarter after 6:00 right now: this morning the eastern seaboard is bracing for hurricane earl this morning. cutting short of the labor day weekend for many people. the governor of our sta
cups of tea? >> patricia leanne caldwell born in tennessee. daughter of robert and irma. at age of 3 moved to missouri and returned when she was 12 years old. patricia grew up with segregation and injustices which she writes about. she spent many countless hours in the nashville public library. it was her family life that was bountiful and flowing with tales told by her story telling grandfather. raised with love of reading and oral tradition. graduated from tennessee state and degree in english in 1964. m
university. patricia has a successful career as a teacher and children's book editor. she changed careers to become a full time writer of children and young adult books. her goal is to create books for and about african-americans. i write because there is a need to have books for, by and about the african-american experience and how we helped to develop this country. i present to you patricia makinsik heart of literacy. >> i am from st. louis, missouri. a lot of you think i have said it in correctly when i said missouri. you think i got it slid into my southern dialect, right? no. i was not born in st. louis. i was born in nashville, tennessee, a little town side of nashville. that is where i grew up, went to high school, met and married my husband. moved back to st. louis where i lived part of my life. i heard people saying missouri and missouri. what is the correct pronunciation of our new home? the best place to go when you want information is where? >> [inaudible]. >> of course, we all know that. i went to the library and the librarian gave me a wonderful book and began a life long f
la noche. dos famosos estÁn en nuevos problemas: parÍs hilton y lindsay lohan. vamos con ana patricia que ha estado siguiendo ambos casos. buenas noches. >> no es la primera vez que Éstas jÓvenes se meten en problemas. para lohan el panorama parece un poco complicado; hilton confesÓ que llevaba cocaÍna en el bolso. >> pÉrez hilton entrÓ y salió de la corte bajo la mirada atenta de la prensa. aceptÓ la posesión de cocaÍna cuando la detuvieron el 27 de agosto en las vegas. tambiÉn aceptÓ su culpabilidad por construir el trabajo del agente al que mintiÓ. >> dije que el bolsÓn no era mÍo. >> el juez la sentenciÓ a un aÑo de libertad condicional. la joven de 29 aÑos deberÁ completar un programa antidrogas, pagar $ 2000 y realizar 200 horas de trabajo comunitario. su abogado dijo que se sentÍa orgulloso por la forma el que ella ha manejado la situaciÓn. no es la primera situaciÓn en la que parÍs hilton enfrenta a la justicia, durante el mundial de fÚtbol en sudÁfrica la acusaron de posesiÓn de mariguana aunque los cargos fueron anulados. en el 2007 estuvo 23 dÍas
el molino de don armando. patricia es una de sus clientes, cada maÑana trae su maÍz cocido para molerlo y hacer tortilla. >> esto es parte de la alimentaciÓn bÁsica de esta zona. no hay plato sin tortilla. >> de eso uno sobrevive para sostener a su familia. >> de aquÍ fuimos un rumbo a la plaza mayor, el sitio mÁs importante de la ciudad. la catedral, el palacio de ayuntamiento y la casa de gobierno. mi visita coincidiÓ con la celebraciÓn de las fiestas patrias, hasta aprendÍ algunas palabras del dialecto. estÁn muy orgullosos de sus raÍces indígenas y de la marimba. es el instrumento oficial de guatemala. su origen es muy discutido, pero aquÍ la adoptaron. >> cuÁntas personas tocando dos marimbas? >> siete. >> por quÉ no se rÍen cuando tocan el instrumento? >> es como si estuviÉramos un poco enojados... para mostrar lo que es el arte. >> con seriedad y concentraciÓn, le rinden el mÁs grande respeto a este instrumento. al escuchar su melodÍa, un guatemaltecos sabe que su patria completa le cabe en el corazÓn. >> es una ciudad Úca en mundo, no sÓlo por sus tr
morning long. >> the pa trisha and -- p and --patricia and arthur -- we will be checking out the winds, 10-15 miles per hour wind from the east and the northeast. aberdeen, your winds are up to 20 miles per hour. and the winds out of the east and the northeast is coming from the large storm across the atlantic. it's called a hurricane, hurricane igor, however you want to say it, but it is going to start losing it's tropical characteristics as it is heading through new buns wick -- new brunswick. >> here is our temperature for today. we have a guaranteed high getting up to 78 degrees. breeze this morning at 15 to 20 miles per hour, and it should ease up this afternoon. we have the lighter winds slipping up to the 40s. we have is right downtown along the bay, you can cool down in to the 40s as well. it's going to be a chilly morning. we will go down to 79 degrees. you will notice, the temperatures are going to creep back up. we have a chance of a shower or thunderstorm tomorrow. first day of autumn, thursday, it will be 88. on saturday morning, it will be brought back to 78. and the high
in part by art and patricia model. and the lyric will be renamed in honor of them. >> this belongs to you. >> reporter: art modell is known as the man who brought football back to baltimore. now, the former ravens owner will be known as the man who helped bring the lyric opera house back to life. model and his wife patricia are donating $3.5 million to the institution. it is one of the largest gifts on record to a cultural institution in baltimore city. >> and i said, it's got to be kept alive. and you know, you can't have a city with two months' entertainment, but good entertainmenttainment. >> i thought this would be a nice way to perpetuate her name. >> reporter: with their gift, the lyric will be renamed the art and patricia model arts center. it will allow the renovations already under way. including expanding the height and depth of the stage. and replacing the sand bag system that lowers and raises scennery with a -- scenery, with a more moderate system. >> it will be a very cost- effective manner, as well as musicals, concerts and various musicals. >> reporter: with an auction las
. >> on friday, patricia won the endorsement of the alliance. her campaign had no comments on the endorsement of her opponent.. get all the latest information for tuesday's primary and the mid-term elections in november on our website, foxbaltimore.com/vote2010. gloomy weaaher, you got it today. vytas reid is here to tell us when it's all going to % clear up. >> we sawa i lot of clouds and showerss much-needed rain. there's been plenty of dry 3 c1 connitions. we need to get moisture out there. temperattre wise looking at cool conditions because of the pushing through. baltimore, 63 deggees. 66 in d.c. a little cooler in the 50s in oakland. pemperatuues will continue to cool through the overnight fall-like temperatures. we can see all theesatellite radar that the front has mainly the new york jets ii the meadow lands. it as been a lot, and i mean a lot of sniping back and forth in advance of this one. tomorrow night they finally step on to the field. expect tomorrow night to be a very punishing encounter. >> we both play that physical game of football, you know, but itts going to be
races is for city state's attorney. kim dacey has more on the story. >> patricia jessamy will take on gregg bernstein at the polls today. the baptist ministers are backing jessamy. bernstein picked up the endorsement of a well-known attorney and former judge. both spent part of the last day before the primary campaigning. both picked up endorsements. billy murphy publicly declared his support for bernstein. >> considering the platforms of both candidates, i think gregg's platform is superior to hers. she has had a failed tenure as state's attorney. >> religious leaders announced they are backing patricia jessamy. >> she understands we cannot arrest and convict our way out of our current predicament. this persistent violence that has plagued every neighborhood. she has worked for drug treatment on demand. >> both candidates got in a last word on what they think needs to be done to make baltimore a better place. >> i think the issues of public issue transcend race and status. >> to create a safer city. there has been nothing offered here relative to how that would be done. >> polls w
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